Lithuania looks forward to expanding relations not only with the members of the common bloc it is in, the European Union, but with those outside it too. The Republic of Moldova, which for many Lithuanians has always been known for its wines, is one such country that, years ago, like Lithuania was part of the now defunct Soviet Union. The Baltic Times spoke with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Moldova to Lithuania, Serghei Mihov.
Moldova is widely seen as a post-Soviet country, whose development has stalled for years. Is that so? What im...
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